k.mo. productions is dedicated to creating nuanced, intelligent, and extraordinary work that supports diverse voices, explores subversive narratives, and tackles real social issues through film, digital video, theater, and beyond.

About the founder:

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Based in New York City, Kate Moran is a multi-medium artist and producer with extensive and varied industry experience. A filmmaker, director, writer, editor, classically trained actor, and comedian, Moran has worked on over 50 projects for stage and screen in the last 10 years. After graduating with a BFA in Drama from NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Moran has worked extensively in production, casting, talent representation, and arts education.

She has studied at Stella Adler Studio, Stonestreet Studios, and the Peoples Improv Theater. She is the former artistic director and co-founder of the downtown NYC theater company, Broken Glass, and has worked with Don Buchwald & Associates, Calleri Casting, and served as the Programming Director of One On One NYC.  Moran is the director of the award-winning short film,“Are You Afraid of the ’90s?”, starring Heather Matarazzo, Kristine Sutherland, and Jenna Leigh Green. She is the co-founder and vice president of Nasty Women Unite Fest, a non-profit intersectional feminist arts festival raising funds for the ACLU. She is the founder and producer of the monthly comedy show and podcast, The Revolution, at QED Astoria, showcasing women, non-binary, and trans comedians. She is the director and head writer for the Super Sketch House Team, Church Social at the People’s Improv Theater.  She producer and co-host of podcast, The Witchcast Podcast, with her creative partner, Emily Duncan, combining comedy and popular witchy topics, available on all streaming platforms. 

In addition, Moran is a freelance producer, director, editor, writer, and career coach under her company k.mo.productions, as well as currently working for RYOT studio in NYC as a producer/editor. She is also in development for a new pilot, feature film, and novel.

Kate spends what spare time she has volunteering, painting, cooking, and feeding her addiction to Sriracha hot sauce and Netflix.